Nicola Sturgeon has declared she would be “very happy” for a general election to be held before Christmas as she hit out at Boris Johnson over his Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
The First Ministers of Scotland and Wales are joining forces to voice their opposition to Boris Johnson’s Brexit Bill.
The Scottish and Welsh First Ministers have called for more time to scrutinise the new Brexit deal and potentially hold a second referendum in letters sent to Boris Johnson and Donald Tusk.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has said he cannot see how Boris Johnson can remain in office, saying a “normal” Prime Minister would resign as “a matter of honour”.
Richard Leonard has called for clarity on Labour’s stance over the next steps of Brexit.